Modder ‘Crainy’ has released a new version of his amazing third-person arena mod for StarCraft 2, Psionic Warfare: Total Destruction. Psionic Warfare: Total Destruction is a bombastic, fast paced arena survival third person shooter for the Starcraft 2 Arcade in which you have to make your stand against an entire zerg invasion.
Utilizing the models from the Starcraft 2 cinematics for high-fidelity graphics as well as a bombastic presentation, Psionic Warfare: Total Destruction aims to offer a Starcraft experience like no other. The mod has been split into two seperate Arcade maps, each containing 2 of the 4 arenas and they are available on both NA and EU Starcraft 2 servers (search the Arcade for “Psionic Warfare”).
Here are the key features of the mod:
- Utilizing the models from Starcraft 2´s cinematics for advanced graphical fidelity
- Indepth third person shooter mechanics
- 5 playable classes
- 4 gamemodes
- 4 arenas
- Experience true warfare through countless warfare events
- An ideal introduction to the map through “Beginner Mode”
- 4 player co-op
- Voice Acting
- Playable Vikings – upgradable to Archangels
It’s also worth noting that Crainy has released a role-playing mod for StarCraft 2. Starcraft: Immersive Roleplaying. Starcraft: Immersive Roleplaying is described as an advanced third person roleplaying mod that allows for atmospheric roleplaying in the universe of Starcraft. This mod tries to capture a roleplaying experience similar to that found in World of Warcraft, and is available on both NA and EU Servers (search for “Star Craft: Roleplaying”).
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